A special thanks to AG Grønlandsposten (AG Greenland Post) journalist Andreas Lindqvist for covering this story.
By Sarah Goodyear For all our new familiarity with the idea of Greenland as a global climatological force, we don’t often think about it as a place where people live. … Continue reading In Greenland, an Urban Heat Island Is Growing Fast
When you’re a researcher, curiosity is step #1! In this case I hope my curiosity leads to a greater understanding of people and place and their connection to science and … Continue reading Who said curiosity killed the cat? Making connections in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
Meals in Greenland have been interesting. I’ve eaten everything from Muskox, reindeer and wild salmon to peperoni pizza, burgers and chicken wings. This is a collection of the dining experience … Continue reading Dining in Greenland
We ended week 1 in Greenland with a geology lesson, camping, and hiking to a stunning waterfall. We visited briefly with Drs. Bruce Douglas and Mikki Osterloo to learn about … Continue reading Rocks, Tents, and Waterfalls
About 81% of Greenland is covered by ice. I had the awesome opportunity to visit this vast wonder today with my colleagues. Below are a few pictures from the ice … Continue reading It’s so nice to eat Greenland ice…